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Doctor Convicted Of Opioid Charges Pins Hopes On SCOTUS Ruling

By trombleyhanesl | Posted on March 28, 2023

An Oklahoma doctor facing charges of unlawfully operating a “pill mill” decided to fight the charges at trial as opposed to accepting a plea after the Supreme Court raised the bar in lawsuits against doctors charged with opioid violations. According to the new rule, prosecutors must not only establish that the prescription was medically unnecessary, […]

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CARES Act Fraud Leads To 4-Year Jail Sentence For Georgia Woman

By trombleyhanesl | Posted on March 21, 2023

Congress passed the CARES Act in March 2020 as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Among other provisions, the CARES Act directed the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) to issue eligible businesses Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) to help them cover their payroll and other business obligations during the pandemic. This, in turn, has led […]

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How Florida’s “Offer of Settlement Statute” Can Affect Settling Your Personal Injury Claim

By trombleyhanesl | Posted on March 7, 2023

As a general rule in Florida, each side in a civil lawsuit is responsible for paying their own legal fees and court costs. So even if you successfully sue someone, they are not then obligated to pay your attorney fees. There is, however, a critical exception known as the offer of settlement statute. This statute provides […]

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